Couple went into shelter to donate supplies, end up leaving with a 17-year-old dog nobody wanted

We often hear that animal heroes will do their best to help them. Beth and Michael Clarke are one of them. They constantly send blankets to the shelter to help them in winter.

The image of the 17-year-old dog adopted by the couple from the shelter shows that its life span is long enough to satisfy human sisters They went on a visit to Anne Arundel County Animal Control in December 2015, so that they can donate blankets and supplies but returned home with something extra. In this trip, they made eye-contact with a tragic 17-year old dog named Rocky, and that they just couldn’t leave him behind. “I saw this gray-faced, skinny dog and that I said to my husband, ‘We’re getting him,’” Beth told Today “I wasn't close to leave that old man to die during a cage.” “Rocky made our life very complete,” Beth told Today.

Facebook/Friends of Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control, Inc. “He loved dancing with us and being near us … because the year went on, it got harder for him to climb the steps and continue walks, so my husband would carry him up the steps nightly with great care he could sleep next to us, and rather than walks we just sat outside within the sun together.” The administrator at Anne Arundel County Animal Control reported that more and more families are expressing the interest to adopt senior dogs. “It takes a special family to open their heart and residential to an animal that they'll only get to possess in their lives for a brief period of your time ,” said Robin. “We do our greatest to form the animals as comfortable as possible in our care, however we all know this will never replace a forever home.”

Beth confessed that she was pregnant and she is happy that the more times she gets pregnant today The gentle Loki's performance towards her, he became a huge support from his mother. The couple had a unique idea to announce their pregnancy and asked Rocky to hold a sign that said, “Mom and pop are becoming me a human!” But the stunning dog’s health began to fail when Beth reached 7 months pregnant, and that they received the sad news that their lovely furry son may have a tumor. When Michael and Beth came home with their daughter , the lovable dog sniffed her and put his head next to her, but his health was getting worse and so the couple know that they had to let the poor animal go.

Facebook/Friends of Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control, Inc. “I called a vet which night, he went peacefully together with his family by him,” Beth told Today. “We loved him quite words can describe and that we still have a really hard time adjusting to him not being here.” The couple believed that Rocky would insist on satisfying his sister before leaving them. No, we aren't crying, you are.

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